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THINGS TO DO IN NEW MEXICO

Millicent Rogers Museum


Hours: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.          Open: Th-Sa           Cost: $         Group Size: 6 to 8

About the Museum

The Millicent Rogers Museum, or the Jewel of the Southwest, is a cultural museum that preserves Native American and Spanish art. Some of the items displayed are Native American jewelry, pottery, paintings bought directly from artists and more. The museum also features a collection of work done by Millicent Rogers (1902-1953), who is the granddaughter of one of the founders of the Standard Oil Company. The museum is named after Rogers and her work. The cultural museum features an educational program, too, that teaches children about the artistic history of Taos, NM.  

Current Exhibits at the Museum

The museum features a variety of artifacts and historic pueblo antiques. The current exhibits are:
  • Exotic Parrots in the Desert Southwest
  • Zoom Gallery Talk with Michael Naranjo
  • Icon, American Style
  • Millicent Rogers as Visionary

The upcoming exhibits haven't been posted on their website yet, most likely due to COVID-19. 

About the Museum

The Millicent Rogers Museum, or the Jewel of the Southwest, is a cultural museum that preserves Native American and Spanish art. Some of the items displayed are Native American jewelry, pottery, paintings bought directly from artists and more. The museum also features a collection of work done by Millicent Rogers (1902-1953), who is the granddaughter of one of the founders of the Standard Oil Company. The museum is named after Rogers and her work. The cultural museum features an educational program, too, that teaches children about the artistic history of Taos, NM.

Current Exhibits at the Museum

The museum features a variety of artifacts and historic pueblo antiques. The current exhibits are:
  • Exotic Parrots in the Desert Southwest
  • Zoom Gallery Talk with Michael Naranjo
  • Icon, American Style
  • Millicent Rogers as Visionary


The upcoming exhibits haven't been posted on their website yet, most likely due to COVID-19. 

The Store

After getting a tour of the museum, you can check out its store and purchase a gift if you like. Some examples of what you can purchase here include:
  • Vintage Jewelry
  • Pottery
  • Textiles
  • Katsinas
  • Baskets
  • Fine Art
  • Folk Art
  • Cards

Some of their items can even be purchased online.

The Store

After getting a tour of the museum, you can check out its store and purchase a gift if you like. Some examples of what you can purchase here include:
  • Vintage Jewelry
  • Pottery
  • Textiles
  • Katsinas
  • Baskets
  • Fine Art
  • Folk Art
  • Cards
Some of their items can even be purchased online.

Guest Reviews

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Enlightening Museum

The museum is probably one of the best I have ever gone to. The multiple collections here are very interesting. If you like art and jewelry this is a must go to. There is also antique religious items and carpentry.

-Desertwash Prospector, Google Reviews

Guest Reviews

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Enlightening Museum

The museum is probably one of the best I have ever gone to. The multiple collections here are very interesting. If you like art and jewelry this is a must go to. There is also antique religious items and carpentry.

-Desertwash Prospector, Google Reviews

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Unusual but Great

This is an unusual, personal collection of southwestern items, including pieces from each of the three cultures, but focused more on the Native Americans. The pottery collection and its presentation is outstanding. I live near Taos and this is the one Museum that I return to periodically.

-Ronald G., TripAdvisor

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Amazing Collection

If you are at all interested in Native American ceramics, jewelry or weavings, this is a must see museum. The collection is extensive and very educating. The artworks are housed in a very well conserved adobe home that is the perfect space to enjoy so many masterpieces.

-Kevin F., TripAdvisor

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Unusual but Great

This is an unusual, personal collection of southwestern items, including pieces from each of the three cultures, but focused more on the Native Americans. The pottery collection and its presentation is outstanding. I live near Taos and this is the one Museum that I return to periodically.

-Ronald G., TripAdvisor

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Amazing Collection

If you are at all interested in Native American ceramics, jewelry or weavings, this is a must see museum. The collection is extensive and very educating. The artworks are housed in a very well conserved adobe home that is the perfect space to enjoy so many masterpieces.

-Kevin F., TripAdvisor

Map and Directions

Directions to Inn on La Loma Plaza

The Millicent Rogers Museum is about a 10-minute drive from the La Loma inn.

To get to the museum from the inn, head west on Ranchitos Road and turn right onto Carabajal Road. At the fork, turn right onto Upper Ranchitos Road and continue straight onto Millicent Rogers Road. Following that road for a little bit, eventually you'll see the museum on your left.

To get to the inn from the museum, head south on Millicent Rogers Road and continue straight onto Upper Ranchitos Road. Turn left onto Carabajal Road, and left again onto Ranchitos Road. Turn left at Valdez Lane, and your destination will be on your left.

Map and Directions

Directions to Inn on La Loma Plaza

The Millicent Rogers Museum is about a 10-minute drive from the La Loma inn. 

To get to the museum from the inn, head west on Ranchitos Road and turn right onto Carabajal Road. At the fork, turn right onto Upper Ranchitos Road and continue straight onto Millicent Rogers Road. Following that road for a little bit, eventually you'll see the museum on your left.

To get to the inn from the museum, head south on Millicent Rogers Road and continue straight onto Upper Ranchitos Road. Turn left onto Carabajal Road, and left again onto Ranchitos Road. Turn left at Valdez Lane, and your destination will be on your left.

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